Holiday Inn Houston Near The Galleria
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... if you get a ticket, you're paying for it. He just says everyone else is speeding. I said tell that to the cop. We make our way to the Days Inn Galleria, which was easy but we are both over whelmed by Houston's sheer size. It's the fourth largest city in America, and it's bigger than Whitney ever was and some. As far as the eye can see, and highways with lanes going every which way and these incredible overpasses underpasses by ways twisting in big daisy patterns. The GARMIN ...
... a rush as a family from the kids' homeschooling phys-ed group invited our family to their church at midday and then to lunch. I thought it was interesting that the kids had been complaining of nothing to do that morning and then this opportunity came up. The kids were keen to go and so we accepted the invite to visit their church but not for lunch afterwards as we had other plans. This was a great experience for our kids to see how other churches ...